While the virtual reality market is growing in leaps and bounds it won’t translate to the K-12 classroom for a few more years. But that doesn’t mean you can’t get excited about VR!
Feb 5, 2016
For schools interested in jumping on the virtual reality (VR) bandwagon Google has a program for you. Google Expeditions Pioneer Program is a free program where schools can apply to test out a VR experience using the inexpensive Google Cardboard.
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News and resources for educators
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- Merge VR, the Cube, and Mixed Reality: A Review of the Apps
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- VR and Education Highlights from the VR for Change Festival 2017
- News from the VR Summit at the Games For Change Festival
- Virtual Reality and its Educational Possibilities: Constructivist learning
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